jet lag and time zones

Air Travel, Jet Lag, and Sleep Disturbance

Air travel is becoming more common. Americans are traveling overseas and crossing many time zones as a result. Distance travel is exciting, but there could be side effects to the body. Jet lag affects us by altering the circadian rhythm our body is accustomed to in our normal time zone. East to west travel is the most disruptive to our circadian rhythm. What can we do to minimize the effects of........ Continue reading

The International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine